Table of contents for Transforming U.S. intelligence / Jennifer E. Sims and Burton Gerber, editors ; in cooperation with the Center for Peace and Security Studies, Georgetown University.

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		Preface
		Introduction
		Jennifer E. Sims and Burton Gerber
PART I: NEW REQUIREMENTS
one		The Twenty-First Century Challenge for U.S. Intelligence 
		Ernest R. May 
two		Understanding Friends and Enemies: The Context for American 					Intelligence Reform
 		Jennifer E. Sims
three		Understanding Ourselves
		Jennifer E. Sims
PART II: NEW CAPABILITIES
four		Integrating Open Sources into Transnational Threat Assessments
		Amy Sands
five		Clandestine Human Intelligence: Spies, Counterspies, and Covert Action
		John MacGaffin 
six		The Digital Dimension
		James R. Gosler	
seven		Analysis and Estimates: Professional Practices in Intelligence Production
		Douglas MacEachin
eight		Denial and Deception
		Donald C.F. Daniel
PART III: MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES
nine		Managing Domestic, Military, and Foreign Policy Requirements: 					Correcting Frankenstein's Blunder
		James Monnier Simon, Jr.
ten		Intelligence and War: Afghanistan 2001-02
		Hank Smith
eleven		Managing HUMINT--The Need for a New Approach	
		Burton Gerber
twelve		Intelligence and Homeland Defense
		Hank Smith
thirteen	Intelligence Analysis: Management and Transformation Issues
		Mark M. Lowenthal
fourteen	Congressional Oversight of Intelligence after 9/11
		L. Britt Snider
		Conclusion
		Jennifer E. Sims and Burton Gerber
	
		
		Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Intelligence service -- United States.